COURSE # NOO-851
JAVA NAMING AND DIRECTORY INTERFACE (JNDI)
Broad and comprehensive introduction to JNDI, emphasizing the design of directory enabled distributed systems.
The rapid and unprecedented growth of the Internet has ushered in a new era of computing. Geographically distributed computational processes, instruments and machinery can potentially interact, communicate and collaborate to achieve a common goal.
This course emphasizes the role of directories in the design of distributed information systems. More specifically, it discusses JNDI, a Java based interface for designing and implementing directory enabled distributed information systems. Class lectures are supplemented with demonstrations and hands-on design projects.
Participants will use computers to design, compile and test Java/JNDI programs.
Applications and benefits:
You will benefit by enhancing your understanding of the :
- Standards based directories.
- Directory enabled computing.
- Distributed computing.
- Java language.
Who should attend:
This course offers a thorough introduction to directory and naming services and JNDI. It is designed specifically for management and IT professionals, programmers and network engineers who either design or manage distributed information systems. OEI Course #NOO-830, or equivalent experience, is a necessary prerequisite to this class.
- Introduction - Designing Directory Enabled Information Systems
- The JNDI Naming Interfaces & Classes
- The JNDI Directory Interfaces and Classes
- NDI and the CORBA Naming Service
- Creating and Maintaining Directories with JNDI
About the Instructor
Dr. Indur B. Mandhyan is the Director of Information Technology at OEI. Currently he is Head of Advanced Networking and Distributed Computing at Sarnoff Corporation, Princeton, NJ. Previously, Dr. Mandhyan was a senior member of the research staff at NYNEX Technology Center in White Plains, NY, where he was responsible for the design and deployment of optimal algorithms and the information infrastructure necessary for the planning and provisioning of voice and data networks, such as SDH/SONET and Frame Relay and ATM. Prior to that, he was a senior researcher at Philips Research Laboratories, where he was engaged in the design and development of optimal algorithms for automation and communications. Dr. Mandhyan holds a BS and MS in computer science and a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Massachusetts. He has published over a dozen technical publications and has authored several patents.
Course: NOO-851 Duration: 3 Days FEE: $1,399 CEUs: 2.16
Please direct any additional inquiries regarding this course to Anita Hellstrom, Program Coordinator, by e-mail, FAX: (240) 371-4488 or TELEPHONE: (202) 241-6326.
Call toll free 1-800-683-7267 from anywhere in the Continental U.S. or CANADA.
Last modified November 11, 2011.